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What exactly is the role of Ivanka Trump? – BBC News

Eyebrows were raised when the US president’s daughter took centre stage alongside world leaders at the G20 summit. So what is Ivanka Trump’s White...

Live in India – BBC Click

Click travels to New Delhi, India to put on a very special live show in front of a packed audience of tech fans. Subscribe HERE...

How horse manure can be turned into beer – BBC News

Scientists from round the world are meeting in Germany to discuss how to money can be made from carbon dioxide. The aim is to transform...

Can India afford healthcare for all? – BBC News

India is facing a health crisis. More than 100 children have died due to an outbreak of encephalitis, public hospitals in rural areas are...

Iran's uranium stockpile exceeds 300kg limit: Report

As US-Iran tensions soar, reports say Tehran has exceeded its 300kg limit on its enriched uranium stockpile, defying the 2015 nuclear deal agreed...

Stormzy first solo black British artist headlines Glastonbury (1) (UK) –...

Stormzy becomes the first black solo British headliner (artist) to headline at Glastonbury this year. He is also the second youngest to date. For more,...

Sudan: Dying for the revolution – BBC News

On 3 June Sudan's security forces opened fire on peaceful demonstrators calling for a civilian administration. Doctors said more than 120 people were killed....

Trump and Kim Jong-un meet at Korean demilitarised zone – BBC...

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump met in Panmunjom, the so-called truce village inside the border zone, where negotiations between...

World Pride Hits The Streets Of Manhattan In Honor Of Stonewall...

Spectators packed the streets of New York Sunday for a vibrant Pride March dedicated to the 1969 uprising at the Stonewall Inn. The parade...

Measles vaccine fears on social media cost me my children –...

As cases of measles soar globally, the Philippines is facing a major outbreak. But controversy over a dengue fever vaccine saw confidence in the country's...

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